<VV> 1960 Corvair 700 Coupe Metal Trim and Clips

Trey Bosson corvairbo at yahoo.com
Mon Oct 14 05:43:52 EDT 2013

justin, take some of the beltline trim to a machine shop and they can make them for you. on my 60 coupe all trim except the engine lid are the same  trey bosson  wellsville ny  60 v8 vair

On Sunday, October 13, 2013 9:02 PM, Justin <jp0181 at yahoo.com> wrote:
I am searching for the conversion of these clips or perhaps some guidance on how to get what I need from your company in terms of clips to attach my beltline trim. Upon my search on you website I was not able to convert the gm part numbers. I have included all the 1960 gm part numbers , a picture of the different types of clips used you can cross reference with what you have that has come out and possibly something stainless steel? I have also included the diaphragms of my car from the gm part catalog that reference the moulding clips and trim locations. I've given you all that I have and need a resolution that will allow me not to rely on collecting some 50 year old clips from people all over the us. I'll never have the original trim back on the car at this rate. This is all you need. I've included a picture of how the clips look. With that said, perhaps you can tell me what clips from your website you have that I can use for my application. I look
 forward to hearing back fr
om you soon. Perhaps this can also aid in helping other Corvair enthusiast who have trim, beltline trim and etc in the future.

Gm clip part numbers for parts of the 1960 Corvair Coupe:

Engine lid gm p/n 6276673

Rear quarter panel gm p/n 4782004

Hood gm p/n 6276977

Front quarter panel gm p/n 4782005,

Doors gm p/n 4782005, 6276977
Also used a 8-32 x 1/4 screw

Rear side quarter panel gm p/n
4782004, 62767640, 4785076 and used 8.921(3/16) nut

Front quarter panel before door gm p/n 4782005, 4782004 and 8-32 x 1/4 screw

Thank you,

Justin Smalley
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